The Head Coach for Women’s Volleyball is responsible for the overall development and advancement of a competitive athletic program, in consultation with the Director of Athletics, demonstrating high moral and ethical behavior and good sportsmanship. In developing athletes, the head coach must recognize the academic needs of the student as primary and athletic achievement as secondary and celebrate both excellence in the classroom and on the field of play.
- Assist the Director with the recruitment and selection of assistant coach(es).
- Recruit student athletes, which includes scouting and provide assistance with the College’s enrollment process.
- Coordinate tryout and selection process of prospective student athletes.
- Schedule practices, pre-season and out-of-conference competitions, with complete schedule submitted to the Director prior to the beginning of the season.
- Submit complete team roster with required supporting documentation at least two weeks prior to the first event of the season; obtain approval from the Director for any additional students before granting permission to participate.
- In collaboration with the equipment manager, distribute and collect all team uniforms and equipment in a timely fashion.
- Direct physical conditioning of players to achieve maximum athletic performance and provide instruction on the techniques of the game/event.
- Determine game strategies by evaluating the College’s team and opposing teams’ capabilities before and during competition.
- Bachelor’s degree required. Any and all degree(s) must be from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning.
- At least, one year of experience in coaching college-level volleyball required.
- Valid driver’s license required.
- Knowledge of NCAA/NAIA/NJCAA rules and regulations as they pertain to student athletes.
- Strong knowledge of effective coaching practices.
- Demonstrated ability to effectively recruit athletic talent is required.